Someone said I should post pics of this beast on here. It's a 25"-scale Warmoth 7 string (both neck and body). The neck is birdseye maple with an ebony fretboard; the body is flamed maple over koa with black binding. I hand-stained the body a honey-type color (can't remember the exact name) and clearcoated it with a matte spray - the back of the neck has tung oil. The tuners are locking Schaller with ebony wood buttons. The TOM and stop are from WD (the only place I could find a 7-string TOM).

The pickups are Benedetto B-7s with real ebony wood covers and rings - $140 each. Note that there's no switch to select either pickup. The two knobs are dual-concentric volume/tone and the two mini switches are for coil-splitting. Amazing jazz tone with these pickups. And I named it "LOWELL 7" for my father.

I have a couple of buddies who have threatened to steal it, which means I guess this one turned out pretty good. And Warmoth's quality control is the best around - near perfect.

Thanks for looking.